- Aug 29, 2012
- Real Name
- charles payne
Point taken Mojo thanks for your insight!
Scott... Is there any talk of making the sx-15 lower profile so it will fit under toe kicks in kitchens. That is my big reason for preferring the turbo hybrid over sx.When you are ready to start your new business and have purchased your first truckmount, let me know and I will send you a few boxes of products to get you started. Give me some idea about the type of customers you will target and the work you expect to do.
Be sure to try out the SX-15 tile tool. You can watch the YouTube videos and see that it gets the floor drier and cleaner than competing tools.
I have done some ride a longs but can't do iirc classes until the spring or summer after my retirement from the Army because weekend classes aren't offered
I have ordered my Inferno 30/47 Stack from Ben at Amtex. After a lot of research I found that it will give me the most bang for my buck, and you can't beat Ben's customer service. I am also ordering the hard surface package from Steambrite, as well as the swiveling stair tool and an upholstery wand. I hope to be up and running the second week in November. I also went with a card reader from Intuit because they link to QuickBooks Pro. I will probably be ordering chem's from https://shop.truckmountforums.com or Cobb's here locally. I have insurance setup on the van , equipment, and for liability. Would appreciate any pointers on what I am missing. Thanks!
I have been following this forums for a couple of years and have learned so much from all of about what to do and what not to do. I am retiring from the Army in the next year and am ready to get started on building my business. I have talked with Ben at Amtex and have decided to go with the 25HP Inferno mounted in a 6X10 trailer. I will start with a wand at first just due to budget constraints but will be getting a RV360i as soon as I can. Please address the following. Thank you in advance for you time!
1. What is the best hard surface cleaning tool and will give me the most bang for my buck?
2. What chemicals do I need to start with (for carpet and hard surface) and where is the best place to buy them?
3. And most importantly what did you buy in the beginning that you figured out later you really didn't need?